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2013 and earlier-Mercedes-Benz C-Class Lease Questions

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  • c300benzc300benz Posts: 3
    12/k miles a yr. this was NY dealer 499 month with 8.xx % tax included
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Congratulations on getting your new C, td_nj. Thanks for taking the time to share the details of your lease with everyone. If you haven't already and you have the time, make sure to stop by the Dealer Ratings & Reviews section of Edmunds.com to share your thoughts on your recent dealer experience with others as well. Enjoy your new ride :shades: !

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  • spumiamispumiami Posts: 4
    HI, I live in Miami and I got the following offer from my local MB dealer.

    2009 C350 black, black interior, MB tex with Ipod integration kit. 39 months, 12K miles/year, $512/ month (including 7% tax) and $2500 total due at signing. Is this a good deal? Does any one thinks I can be able to lower it to $450 including tax? MSRP is $40,200

    They are also offering me the following deal for a 2009 C300:

    Cash Due $2500, $446 (including 7% tax) 39 months, 12,000 Miles

    C300W $32,900
    650 Arctic White
    101 Black MB-Tex
    057 iPod Integration Kit $375
    333 333 Sport Sedan: Sport Body Styling, Mer
    486 : Sport Suspension
    772 : AMG Sportline
    952 : Sportline Package
    954 : Avant Garde Package (Sport)
    427 427 7-Speed Automatic Transmission (Requ $1,460
    427 : 7-Speed Automatic Transmission (Required
    929 : Dual Fuel Gasoline-Ethanol (E85)
    739 Aluminum Trim
    786 18"AMG 5-twin-spoke alloy wheels $1,010

    SUBTOTAL $35,745
    DESTINATION & DELIVERY $875
    TOTAL $36,620
  • td_njtd_nj Posts: 10
    Globe in Fairfield. My 2nd time with them. The facilities leave a lot to be desired in comparison with Catena, but they've beaten the pants off Catena on pricing twice now.
  • MB C-300, with multi-media package (includes iPod connection), arctic white exterior, tan interior, 10,000 miles/yr, 39 mo lease - $2000 out the door and $390/mo (before tax); sunroof and bluetooth standard. MSRP $36,700. So, any comments? - it's a beautiful ride.
  • kenjinkenjin Posts: 5
    i got offer for c300 4matic with premium1 + sportline + ipod system+ 2 year maintaince free for total price 35922 leasing price $438 for 39 moth 10k mile with N.Y tax 8.375 and bank fee $745 due at signing.
    resid =54%
    money factor 0.00091
    tier1 credit
    msrp price is 39622 if i remember correctly.
    is this a good deal?
  • pholliephollie Posts: 45
    It seems everybody is coming in significantly under invoice on this car on their leases. Is that correct?
  • kenjinkenjin Posts: 5
    should be doable for most dealer. but must hurry before august i think... they are trying to get rid of their inventory asap..
  • coach16coach16 Posts: 3
    What is the MSRP and August incentives for the 300 C Benz
  • lornajlornaj Posts: 6
    I have 8 months to decide on my next car, I would like to know what leases are available for the CLK 350 cabriolet. I am located in So. California (inland).

    What MF should I be expecting?

    Thanks for your help.
  • I think the CLK is being discontinued.. If you are shopping for 8 months from now, you'll have to look at an E-Class convertible...

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  • first time to a dealer in a while held my old mercedes for over 6 years. want a c300 premium 1 package. deal was for 499 a month with 3000 down. no way i didn't even ask him for the prices he was basing it on i just got up and left and he came a running on after me.
  • got the same deal and i just left and he ran after me too. Mine was at prestige. did not ask for numbers nothing just asked for premium one he came back at 499 and 3200 down. first i smiled then i just got up. what was he basing this on a 50K car.
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hey coach16. You can look up the MSRP, and perhaps more importantly the dealer invoice price, of the exact C-Class that you are interested in over in the New Vehicle Pricing section of Edmunds.com.

    Mercedes-Benz is not currently providing any cash incentives on the 2009 C300, but it does have 0.9% to 1.9% financing or a special lease program available on it this month.

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  • radioative2006,

    Your money factor is .0002?? That is less than one percent, .48% to be exact. Are you sure it's .0002 and not .0020?
    I am looking into leasing a MB and was wondering if that is the actual MF that MB is offering.

    Car_man,
    Do you know what the August MF is?

    Thanks a lot!!!

    ;)
  • I want to do this right and pay the right price so i have read and learned a lot here. Here is the best offer i got.

    Term=39 months
    Base Payment=440.89
    MSRP=39,910.00
    Miles Per Year= 15,000
    Disposition Fee= 595.00 (is this a neccessary fee)

    MONEY DUE AT INCEPTION=
    1st month=440.48
    security deposit=0
    Aquisition fee= 1,095.00 (IS THIS FEE RIGHT? SEEMS HIGH!)
    Fees and Ins.- 305.00
    Upfront taxes= 1361.37
    cap reduction=0
    total out of pocket=3202.26

    PLEASE A LITTLE HELP. I am trying to learn. I think this is a good deal but not 100% sure. What can i do to make it better?
  • ursusursus Posts: 48
    Car_man, I'm wondering why Edmunds invoice price is about $600 lower than what two dealers quoted me? Does their invoice price include some advertizing fee, etc.? Can I negotiate this extra $600 somehow? Anyway, based on Edmunds, got a quote for $2,000 under invoice (and based on dealer's invoice - $2,600 under invoice):
    2009 C300 Sport/Auto/P1/iPod/Wood. Black/Black.
    39 month/10K miles
    MSRP: $38,070
    Sale price: $33,500
    Residual: 54%
    MF: .00075
    $399/month incl. sales tax (0 cap cost reduction, $795 acc fee + $399 first month + registration due at signing)
    What do you think?
  • billmvbillmv Posts: 142
    The disposition fee is what MBZ charges. Standard. No way around it unless you can negotiate it away. Maybe if you lease another from them at the end, but do it up front.

    The acq fee seems quite high. the dealer can jack this up to make extra profit. Call a couple other dealers to talk leases and ask them. If it's a mercedes financial lease they have a floor amount, but dealers can go above that.

    You need to know what the selling price is of the car. That's called the "capitalized cost" and is a crucial number in a lease calculation.

    Also, the dealer can increase the "money factor" (what the interest rate is called in a lease) to make extra dough over the term of the lease. Make sure the dealer is using the same money factor that MBZ Financial is giving him.

    The residual value is set by MBZ for length of lease and mileage and the dealer cannot mess with that.
  • 40,800 MSRP got it for 34,155 cut acqu. cost to 795 thanks he was overcharging me like usual. ended up paying 2500 down 430 a month 39 months 15k a year.
  • Newyorklexus...

    what packages were on your C class.. was it c300 2009 also?
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